Report: Las Vegas Massacre Gunman Sent Cryptc Email Suggesting He May Have Had Help

01/16/2018 12:01
by Tyler Durden (The Daily Sheeple) The gunman who opened fire on a Las Vegas music festival from the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino was an arms dealer, and his girlfriend handled his ammo and helped him load magazines, according to search warrants unsealed by a judge on Friday. Multimillionaire real-estate developer and video-poker aficionado Stephen Paddock, 64, unleashed a hail of bullets into the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Festival from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay on the night of October 1, 2017, killing 58 over a 10 minute period before reportedly shooting himself in the head.   After investigating Paddock’s computer, cellphone and electronic devices,...

Presenting, Crooked Mouth Farm… The Vision…

01/12/2018 12:07
by Chris Campbell In Scotland, many moons ago, a nickname was used for the more… “wry-mouthed” (AKA, smarta**)… of the Scots… They would call them “cam buel.” “Cam” meaning crooked and “buel” meaning mouth. Then, along came a waggish clan chief who took his sardonic wit as a source of pride. So proud was he, in fact, he took the nickname (which was hardly ever used as a term of endearment) on as a surname. And, thus, a family was created — the Campbells.   My family. And, indeed, their mouths are as crooked as ever. Crooked Mouth Farm   Fast-forward to 2018, zooming into a tiny town in the middle of Nowheresville, Ohio — up pops Crooked Mouth Farm. (Just closed on it three...

Trump’s Wall to Cost Less than the Amount US Spends on Taking Care of Illegals

01/11/2018 11:13
by Ben Marquis   Since the day that he first announced his candidacy, Donald Trump has repeatedly insisted that his presidency would oversee the construction of a wall along the country’s southern border to secure the nation from illegal immigration and other criminal activity, like the trafficking of drugs. Now, after Trump has been in office for nearly a full year, The Wall Street Journal reported that it had received a document from the Department of Homeland Security that outlined how the administration sought roughly $18 billion over 10 years to construct approximately 700 miles of new border barriers, which would more than double the already existing 654 miles of border...
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